Hosi, but he soon threw up the appointment, as he had no taste for office work?
and Ms private property required superintendence* As Praia ELtmwar's adoption
of a son has given rise to much litigation on the part of the rival claimants to
the inheritance, it may be of use to add a genealogical table showing clearly
the degrees of relationship :—
(of Sararan-kheri in Bhadaiara; came from there and settled at Satoha.)
Parasu-Fam Sinh, of Satoha,
Biran-chand, of Gokhaianli.
Bansidhar. &®*>* MaLL
11 HarPrasdd KatyanSinii*
.2 LaliU Tsasad of GokharaML
Is Jamuna Prasad |
Bam-ehand, adopted by Pran Kunwar.
Beyond the three towns of Gokul, Maha-ban, and Baladeva, which haro
ldy been fully described, the only other places in the pargana which require
mor tlnthe molt cursory notice are the fonr great centres o Jat colon^hon,
"hose history involves that of all the villages subordmate to them.
i an old township with no arable land attached to it, is popn-
fto be &e mother of 360 villages. It is still the recognized centre of
are as follows :-Ayra (or Era), Baron, Bhankarpur, Bhtira,
Julaki, Birahna, Birbal, Gainra, Gaja, Kakaran, Lilpur,
w « . R41u Misri Nim-ganw, Piri, Sabali, and Sampat Jogi, The founder
Siti; ,„:,«-, _^.-rSL-ii-sis
ancient family. Ho had fonr sons, .hose nnmes are g.ven as Eompa
,B5rahna,a,dInchraj, and among them he perfumed out
, . fi